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Extreme DIY: Crate Brewery in London

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 12, 2013 01:08 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Mar 11, 2013

Is Crate Brewery in London the ultimate DIY cafe? We think so. Just take a look at the details: light fixtures made from box springs, a sign fashioned from screws, a couch made from stacks of burlap coffee sacks, tables lashed together with fishing line. Located in a former print factory in Hackney Wick, Crate is owned and operated by locals, who also built the industrial interiors using one-of-a-kind pieces and reclaimed materials. For more, go to Crate Brewery . Above: A sign made from screws drilled into a piece of reclaimed wood. Above: An aerial view of the brew pub; note the box spring lights strung on electric cords. Above: A detail of the DIY lighting system. Above: Cushions covered in burlap sacks create an ad hoc seating area. Above: Tables made from slices of burl wood. Above: A cluster of DIY lights. Above: Tables made from salvaged wood, lashed together with fishing line. Above: A view of the interior. Above: The pub is located on an industrial waterway. Planning a London pub crawl? See our favorites in our London City Guide .






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